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Toledo farmers seek D.F.C. loan cancellation

As controversy swirls around Government’s plans to liquidate the Development Finance Corporation there will come the inevitable finger pointing and calls for investigation. How could one of the nation’s premier [...]

B.T.I.A. will proceed with judicial review

The application by the Belize Tourism Industry Association for judicial review of the Carnival contract will proceed, despite the recent signing of a “clarification agreement”. That’s the word from the [...]

Man charged in Cayo shooting

Police in San Ignacio have charged twenty-seven year old Santa Elena resident Henry Baptist in connection with a double shooting on Sunday morning. Authorities say nineteen year old Kevin Diaz [...]

Another jacking on Caesar Ridge Road

The M.O. is identical, only the victim’s employer is different. Tonight, following a report of a second armed hold up in seven days, police are investigating the possibility that a [...]

PACT funds more conservation project s

The Protected Areas Conservation Trust has announced the names of those Belizean environmental organisations whose project proposals have been approved for grant funding. According to a release from PACT, more [...]

House crashes in Port Loyola

With substandard streets, drainage, electricity and water service, it’s a part of Belize City that has not always been blessed with luck. And that unfortunate trend continued for one Port [...]

Biggest ever Mexican art show opens

Long before the internet or the concept of life in a global village took root, art was the great communicator, breaking the borders of the spoken word and cultural taboos [...]